Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail This site features information about the trail, which is the second longest of the National Scenic and National Historic Trails and passes through 11 states. Provides details of activities (such as hiking, cycling, and boating), educational programs, special events, facilities, fees, maps, nearby attractions, and the Junior Ranger Program for children. From the National Park Service. Copyright 2004 by Librarians' Index to the Internet, LII
Golden Gate Bridge This site is a companion to a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) American Experience documentary about "the construction of what was then  the longest suspension bridge in the world, built hundreds of feet above the dangerously churning waters of the entrance to San Francisco Bay." The site features a timeline,photos of bridge construction, information about people and events, and a discussion of mathematical principles. Also includes video clips, a teacher's guide, and related material.Copyright 2004 by Librarians' Index to the Internet, LII
Alaska Trails Features information about the more than 40 land- and water-based trails in Alaska. Details about the trails can be browsed alphabetically, geographically, or by type of transportation used on the trail. Trail profiles include images, descriptions, maps, directions, activities, and links to related sites. Site also provides information about the Alaska Recreational Trails Plan and the Alaska Heritage Trails Program . Copyright 2004 by Librarians' Index to the Internet, LII
Germany - Cities About-Germany.org offers an illustrated tourist guide, travel guide and culture guide to Germany. Discover Berlin and other cities and major sights.
City-data.com Complete profiles of all U.S. cities. City photos, maps, satellite photos, stats about residents, geographical data, state profiles, crime data, local news links, birthplaces of famous people, city government, employment, weather, hospitals, schools, libraries, houses, airports, radio and TV stations, and much more.
America's Wilderness Explore wilderness through the use of images, panoramas, video, sounds, and text. This interactive site, also translated into Spanish, explores wild places through activities, maps, information, videos, and interviews.
National Park Services " The website provides details about the country’s 702 designated wilderness areas and their significance to each of us. Visitors can learn about the land beyond the frontier; those rare, untamed places where one can leave civilization, reconnect with nature, and find healing and meaning." This websie is also available in other languages and viewers can locate parks, learn the history or find information for students and teachers.
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